September| October | November

Hearst Film Series
The Hearst screens classic, foreign, and independent films Tuesday evenings at 7 pm from September through May in Mae Latta Hall. Each month features a different theme.
The series is sponsored by Far Reach.

Buddy Movies
September 5, Romy & Michelle's Highschool Reunion (R)
September 12, Thelma & Louise (R)
September 19, Beaches (PG-13)
September 26, Ghost World (R)

Lunchtime Concerts
Listen to live music performed by musicians from the University of Northern Iowa School of Music, the wcfsymphony, and the Northeast Area Music Teachers Association at noon on the second Friday of every month from September to May. Free-will donations are accepted, with all proceeds going to the UNI School of Music scholarship fund. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Lunchtime Concert Series will resume in the spring.

Cedar Falls Authors Festival

Chalk Talks: Herb Hake's Cartoon Classroom, Exhibit opens September 3, 1 p.m., speaker at 2 p.m., UNI Museum at UNI Rod Library
Her Hake was a local cartoonist, television personality, historian, and 33-year UNI staff member. The exhibit will feature his cartoons; discuss his inspirations; and explain how his work with cartoons influenced his career in theatre, radio, and television. Original radio adn television broadcasts will also be featured.

James Hearst & the North American Review, September 7, 7 p.m., Hearst Center for the Arts
Jeremy Schraffenberger, UNI associate professor of English, will discuss Hearst's connections to the "North American Review," the oldest literary magazine in North America.

I'm published! Now what? A behind the scenes look at the crazy, wild and wonderful life of writers on the road, September 9, 2 p.m., reception and book signing to follow, Cedar Falls Library.
This visual and entertaining program features Jeff Copeland's exeriences as a published author, and what it took to become one.

James Hearst's Poems as Songs: Reprise and Uupdate, September 14, 7 p.m., Hearst Center for the Arts
Scott Cawelti will play a selection of Hearst's poems set to music, discussing in detail why they work as songs, and share new ones previously unrecorded.

Newly Discovered Poems of James Hearst, September 21, 7 p.m., Hearst Center for the Arts
Jim O'Loughlin, UNI assistant professor of English, recently discovered 18 previously unpublished poems by James Hearst; this will be their public unveiling.

Just Suppose: The Life of Iowa Novelist Ruth Suckow, September 24, 2 p.m., EDIT, time change to 1 p.m., Hearst Center for the Arts
Liane Nichols will offer a readers theatre interpretation of "Just Suppose," providing more insight into this local author. An in-depth discussion with the author and actress who originated the part will take place in June.

Readers Theater
The Red Herring Theatre Collective presents readers theater performances quarterly.
The series is sponsored by Jones Law Firm.

Red Herring Theater will continue this November.

Final Thursday Reading Series
The series features regional authors and provides a forum for local writers. Open mic signup is at 7 pm, and begins at 7:15. The featured author takes the stage at 8 pm.

Patricia O'Donnell, August 31
Vince Gotera, September 28

Hartman Artist-in-Residence
Malin Palani Talk, September 23, 1:30 p.m.

James & Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts
304 W. Seerley Boulevard
Cedar Falls, Iowa, 50613
Gallery Hours
Mondays | Closed
Tuesday & Thursday | 10:00am-9:00pm
Wednesday & Friday | 10:00am-5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday | 1:00pm-4:00pm
Hearst Center for the Arts is part of the Department of
Municipal Operations & Programs, City of Cedar Falls.